Kris Meeke who is a British professional rally driver currently competes in the FIA World Rally Championship. In addition to that, Kris was the 2009 Internacional Rally Challenge champion. His present co-driver is Paul Nagle. He is the native of Dungannon, Northern Ireland. He came into this world on 2nd July of the year 1979 which has now made him reach at the age of 36. He is the son of a rally engineer Sydney Meeke. He went to get his education from the Royal School Dungannon. After that, he got enrolled at the Queen’s University, Belfast from where he obtained a degree in the mechanical Engineering. He then initially worked for the M-Sport as Computer Aided Designer.
It was in the year 2000 when he first took his step in the rallying when he won the Peugeot competition for the new rally drivers. Kris’s debut event was Bulldog Rally that was held in the North Wales. He even led the event for the time. After the mixed results, his first victory came on third round of 2001 Peugeot Super 106 Cup, Swansea Bay Festival National Rally. Later in early 2002, his career was boosted when was taken under wing of late Colin McRae as well as contested the British Junior Championship in the Ford Puma.
Moving on to his personal life biography, Meeke has already got married. He is married to his wife named Daniella. Prior to that, Meeke has experienced dozens of the top line rallies and he has also racked up the thousands of the miles testing rally cars for leading manufacturers. He has also won the 2012 Lurgan Park Pally in McGeehan Motorsport Mini John Cooper Works WRC. As he has maintained keeping his personal life low, there is no more news found about his height. More info about his bio can also be accessed from various sources such as Wikipedia and other sites.